Parenting Support for Health Care Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Institutional Survey and Resources
The authors of this review conducted an institutional survey to assess the needs of health care workers who are parents/guardians during the COVID-19 pandemic, assisted in the design and implementation of strategies to address these needs, and suggested additional resources and strategies.
A 35-year-old woman called her primary care provider about a week’s duration of upper abdominal pain and ongoing shortness of breath, most noticeable with exertion.
In this podcast, Christian Sandrock, MD, MPH, talks about the burden of community-acquired bacterial pneumonia (CABP) in the United States, including the financial burden, the burden on hospitals, and readmission rates.
Parag Goyal, MD, MSc, on How a New Risk Calculator Can Reduce CV Readmission After a Heart Failure Hospitalization
In this podcast, Parag Goyal, MD, MSc, provides an overview of a new risk calculator and explains how it can play a role in meeting the “need to move toward a more tailored, personalized approach” to postdischarge therapy.
A 13-year-old girl presented to the clinic with hair loss and a rash in the axillae for 4 months. The lesions initially had appeared as erythematous and coin-shaped and then had evolved into hyperpigmented plaques.
In a new study, researchers aimed to better understand the role of butylated hydroxytoluene, a food preservative, in the progression of uterine fibroids.
True or false? According to the American Gastroenterological Association’s Clinical Practice Update on Functional Heartburn, acupuncture and hypnotherapy do not have benefit as monotherapy for functional heartburn.
According to the FIDELIO-DKD trial, do you know if hyperkalemia is seen more frequently in patients taking finerenone or placebo? Test your knowledge with our latest pop quiz!
An 11-year-old girl was brought to our emergency department by her parents with pain in the left lower quadrant of her abdomen. The pain had started approximately 4 to 5 hours prior to presentation.
A 36-year-old man was referred to a psychiatry practice for a years-long history of migraines that had been unresponsive to treatment with numerous medications. The patient had sustained a significant TBI at age 20 as a result of a motor vehicle accident.